We bought our condo recently; we have a Bryant Furnace that's about 10 years old.
Sorry I can't tell you much about the furnace, but I can give you a model number -
Had an HVAC tech out to clean & inspect. We knew that the inducer motor was rattling very loudly anytime the furnace was on. I asked what it would take to lessen this noise.
He said his best suggestion was to replace the inducer motor, since it was looking worn. (Other than that, the furnace is looking pretty good.)
He replaced it, tightened things up, and it's as loud as ever. He said it's because of the way the motor is mounted - that's it's basically "floating" on these Bryant models, and there's nothing that can be done about the rattling noise.
Is this true ? Are we doomed to a very noisy winter? Thanks for your help! Have a great weekend.